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(From Our Regular Correspondent)July 21, 1945.The Slowness of Medical Demobilization: Government Criticized by the British Medical Association For some reason which the government will not explain, demobilization of the fighting services is very slow. In the case of medical service great dissatisfaction has been expressed by the British Medical Association. At a meeting held at the headquarters of the association Dr. Guy Dain, chairman of the council of the association, who presided, explained that the association could not find out which groups of doctors were likely to be demobilized. The position with regard to the civilian population was very difficult. Doctors were very badly needed and the profession had been driven to great lengths to meet that need. Doctors were not able to get back to their practices, and the association was getting many letters of protest from men who were serving but so far had not
Foreign Letters. JAMA. 1945;128(15):1119–1120. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860320061022
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